The required assignments are HW17 and HW18 The optional project 3 requires

The required assignments are hw17 and hw18 the

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The required assignments are HW17 and HW18. The optional project 3 requires knowledge from Chapters 4, 17, and 18, and it is a 5 extra credit assignment, which means the most you can get out of this project is 5 extra credits towards the 100 credits of this course, but you lose nothing by not submitting the project. Please watch the “AIS Ch. 17 Cardinality Explanation” video lecture in Blackboard/Kelvin’s Videos section. Chapter 18 Announcement This week we are learning Chapter 18. The over 100 slides for Chapter 18 explain the concept very thoroughly, so there is no additional material for this chapter. Microsoft Access Session Announcement This week is our Microsoft Access study time. There is NO graded homework for this topic. Every UM-Flint registered student can have access to Microsoft Access 2016 download following this link: - faculty-and-staff Note that Microsoft does not provide a Mac version. You can use the SOM Lab for access to Microsoft Access.
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The following videos are quite helpful for you to understand the basics of Microsoft Access and complete the optional Project 3 of this course. 1. Microsoft Access 2016 Basics (You do not have to watch all of the videos in the playlist) - DKOUxDCFycJvrMgzP0l8BI1kt3_f&index=5 2. Copying Tables from Microsoft Excel and Creating Relational Database Chapter 12 Announcement This week we are studying Chapter 12. Chapter 12 and 13 talk about the threats and related controls in the revenue cycle and expenditure cycle. Although the readings for these chapters are quite long, they basically follow the same logic: describe the process in this cycle, identify the threats within the process, and then suggest control methods to mitigate the threats. The textbook and slides should provide sufficient reading, so there will not be additional readings for these two chapters. Chapter 13 Announcement This week we are studying Chapter 13. As discussed last week, there are no additional reading materials for Chapter 13. Course Review As we are reaching the end of the textbook study, we might want to take a few minutes to think about why we are taking this course. To begin with, please recall what you thought this Accounting Information Systems (AIS) course might be about. You might think AIS is about paperless bookkeeping, or e-commerce, or database management. These are all good answers, and none of these are incorrect. But AIS is not just about these. Let me ask you a question. Suppose you are hired by a start-up company, which has sales, purchase, manufacturing, finance, and human resources departments. You are in charge of developing an accounting information system for this company from scratch. What are you going to do? This is what our AIS course is teaching you.
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